Major League Baseball Top Exposure - Under in the Mets-Braves Games

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The Braves-Mets total has dropped from 8 to 7.5 as oddsmakers react to the action that has over 90% of the public backing the UNDER.

Half of the last ten meetings between these two teams have gone UNDER the current number.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Mets RH Jacob deGrom (4-1, 1.57 ERA) vs. Braves RH Mike Soroka (1-1, 3.68)

Coming off his first loss of the season, deGrom looks to extend his streak of five consecutive quality starts. The 29-year-old hasn’t allowed more than two earned runs in his last nine outings and racked up at least eight strikeouts in his last five starts. In 14 starts against the Braves, deGrom is 5-3 with a 1.84 ERA, and he has allowed one run in 18 innings across three meetings this season.

The UNDER is 8-2 in deGrom’s last 10 starts vs. Atlanta.

Soroka will come off the disabled list to make his fourth big-league start and his first since May 12 at Miami. The 20-year-old beat the Mets in his debut May 1, allowing one run and six hits over six innings,


- Tony Caliente,


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